Motorola, now a unit of Google, said on Friday that adoption wasn't strong enough to justify devoting more resources to the project, and with Google cutting costs in the Motorola division, Webtop will no longer appear on the company's phones, beginning with the Photon Q, Droid RAZR M, Droid RAZR HD, and Droid RAZR Maxx HD.
Motorola added that as Android began to include more desktop-like functionality, Webtop would increasingly be redundant anyway.
Motorola's statement is below.
"Motorola's Webtop app helps users extend their smartphone experience to larger screens. While consumers around the world have adopted Webtop and the concept spurred a lot of innovation in the industry, the adoption has not been strong enough to justify continued resources being allocated to developing Webtop on future devices. We have also seen development of the Android operating system focus on the inclusion of more desktoplike features.
"Beginning with Photon Q and Droid RAZR M / Droid RAZR HD / Droid RAZR Maxx HD, we will no longer be including Webtop on our products moving forward."